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    Are these two words have the same meaning?

    Do these two words have the same meaning?

    Inevitable and Ineluctable

    For example, an inevitable destiny = an ineluctable destiny.

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    Re: Are these two words have the same meaning?

    Yes, they are interchangeable.


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    Re: Are these two words have the same meaning?

    Thanks very much!

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